* Various Shop-Made Tools

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Well I'm still getting the same crap about down loading to fast. Oh well thats life I guess! Also lost the smilies again.

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Well I'm still getting the same crap about down loading to fast. Oh well thats life I guess! Also lost the smilies again.

Paul

I'm getting the same "error". Cannot open the file. All I get is a .php file.

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the file was fine for me it open up
WOW nice post way past me o well maybe ill get to make my 1st lathe tool oneday nice job on all of the tools dang I wish I had the know how to do that

o well
 
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Don't click on the link (http etc.) click on the file name itself (*.pdf).
 

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Re: * Various Shop-Made Tools Page 37

These examples of fine work done in a home shop, gives me great inspiration and ideas to tackle more than thought possible !
I especially like the lathe dividing device .. page 37 scroll down to :
I've never seen a method to divide each degree into minutes like that !
Remarkable, I don't know who the maker (davycrocket) .
If you were so inclined you could also use this concept to make a dividing head / rotary table for your mill too.
TY

Lathe dividing device.JPG
 
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